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Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
What's wrong with the code we already have?
saifuddin-m
@saifuddin-m
@ashiklom the old code is set to DL the wrong files (those just have mixing rations not flux values), and this new link already has GPP calculated for us!
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
OK, cool!
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
Nice!
ifhsieh
@ifhsieh
Hi all, let's find some time and work together this week?
saifuddin-m
@saifuddin-m
@/all Yes! I can do any time on Thursday or Friday!
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
Sure! I can do Thursday before 3:30pm or Friday after 12:00pm.
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
Friday at 12 I have a meeting with Mike that usually lasts about half an hour to an hour so either I could join you after that, or make plans to meet later in the afternoon. Thursday I’m all free
ifhsieh
@ifhsieh
Great! I am free on Thursday and Friday after 12pm
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
Are we meeting in the conference room?
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
Yeah, probably.
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
@ashiklom did you want daily or monthly max and means?
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
Daily.
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
Cool
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
Our model runs on a daily timestep.
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
Yes. This is something I should have remembered given that I helped code it.
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
You didn't code the most recent version, though. I'm excited to see how it works once we add in the PAR and tower data -- I'm looking forward to building a better model than just a random walk.
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
:) I’ve got daily par averages!
and maximums!
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
Cool! Can you get the sum too? And if you get a chance, can you plug them into my model and see how it does? So far, it completely fails to capture any seasonal variability, but I think with real PAR values, it should be able to get somewhere.
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
yup I’m on it … :turtle:
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
:clap: :camera: :star2: :fire: :fire_engine: :droplet: :credit_card:
The story of how fame can lead to financial ruin.
gallinamanda
@gallinamanda
cheering you on from BRB!
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
I saw :fire: and thought of this ...
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
LOL
:laughing:
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
@mdietze Do you have any code examples for fitting zero inflated models? For fitting fPAR, we need to fit a zero inflated beta, by combining a beta with a Bernoulli, but we're struggling with the logic behind the coupling step.
Michael Dietze
@mdietze
@ashiklom of the two approaches noted in Perry's explanation, I tend to use the latent variable approach since I think it makes the code easier to follow.
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
Cool. Do you have any zero-inflated poisson examples or anything like that from your old code?
Betsy and I understand it conceptually, but have hit a total wall when it comes to implementation in JAGS.
Michael Dietze
@mdietze
Was just looking -- haven't come across one yet
I know I was messing around on this with another group not long ago and I agree that the solution was a bit unintuitive
ifhsieh
@ifhsieh
Hi everyone, do you want to meet today around 2pm and work on the presentation?
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
Can't do today. Would tomorrow afternoon work?
ifhsieh
@ifhsieh
Yes that works!
saifuddin-m
@saifuddin-m
yupp i can do tomorrow afternoon any time
saifuddin-m
@saifuddin-m
@ifhsieh and I are free all afternoon, do y'all want to try 2 PM today @bcow @ashiklom?
Alexey Shiklomanov
@ashiklom
2pm sounds good, but let's keep it quick -- just divvying up who's going to do what slides -- because @bcow and I still have to finish some of the model and assimilation code.
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
@all can you just come to 456 - the conference room has been infested by undergrads
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
@saifuddin-m @ifhsieh Would you like to meet in the morning tomorrow? I personally would like to run through the presentation at least once. Alexey has an exam that should end sometime between 10:30 and 11:00. I’m free whenever.
ifhsieh
@ifhsieh
I have a meeting from 11:00 to 11:30 so I can make it around 11:40!
saifuddin-m
@saifuddin-m
I'll be there!
Betsy Cowdery
@bcow
Great let's meet in 456 again